Spearheading the U.S. Department of Energy's first-ever appearance at the CES tech show was the boss herself. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm worked the floor to scout and tout the myriad opportunities for innovators, consumers and established businesses to spur the transition to clean energy.
The U.S. is reliant on China for rare earth elements needed for everything from smart phones to wind turbines. Two companies in Wyoming are hoping to change that.
In a setback for climate advocates, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the EPA overstepped its Congressional authority when it set Obama-era limits on greenhouse emissions.
Regular gasoline set another statewide record of nearly $4.89 per gallon on Friday. That’s up from a previous high of $4.83 a week earlier.
Natural gas producers in Wyoming believe access to international markets would be a windfall. But there's a catch: Coastal states don't want the export terminals.
The Wyoming oil and gas industry is running more drilling rigs this week than at any time in the last six months.
Regular gasoline set yet another statewide record of $4.45 per gallon on Friday. That’s up 12 cents from a previous record high set a week earlier.
The Biden administration will reevaluate and could revoke more than 2,000 federal leases in Wyoming as part of a settlement agreement finalized Wednesday.
The latest round of sanctions on Russia is expected to have global repercussions for the energy market -- including even higher gas prices.
Regular gasoline set yet another statewide record of nearly $4.33 per gallon on Friday, up from a previous high of $4.29 the previous week.
Wyoming is pinning its hopes for the future on a new era of energy technologies — but is not giving up on the industries that sustain it today.
Wyoming's attorney argued that the halt on new onshore oil and gas leasing violates federal law. The Department of Interior's lawyer saw it differently.
The federal government will include one-third fewer Wyoming tracts than anticipated in the first oil and gas lease sale of the Biden presidency.
Nevada has a brighter future with solar energy
The U.S. relies on imports, including from Russia and China, of dozens of critical minerals required for production of a range of technologies, including renewable energy.
President Biden’s announcement Tuesday of progress and action for sustainable domestic production of critical minerals and materials earned pr…
Wyoming’s nascent rare earth elements industry may be inching closer to commercialization.
Wyoming could benefit from the growing carbon capture and storage industry -- even if it doesn't save coal.
TerraPower thinks it can bring a new type of nuclear reactor to Wyoming. The state hopes it can. Experts are divided.
Its nickname — the fuel of the future — is perhaps idealistic. But if things go just right, hydrogen could be a game-changer for Wyoming.
It is absolutely imperative that we have access to the minerals needed to fuel our economy and support our manufacturing and infrastructure needs throughout this country. Critical and otherwise, the United States must secure a domestic supply of minerals to meet demands going forward.